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Customers SBX extension 100 came up with this on LCD and will not function
Not supported! (87)

plugged in another set, works for a short time and then goes to this screen

any ideas as to how to fix.
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What kind of set is it?


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4024 set, got a reply from vertical says to default system and reprogram, data base is corrupt. will try tomorrow.

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I also have a 4024 with not supported on the display, and all buttons erased. The KSU is only 4 months old. We have many, many SBX's out there, and I have never seen the "not supported" message.


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SBX phone wires to pins 3 and 6 (1 and 4 depending on how you look at it) at the jack and out of the SBX control unit, if it is not correct, example 1 and 3 at the control unit end I believe you can get this message on the display of the phone. This occurs when wired to a hybrid circuit, analog extension on pins 2,3.

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what you have to do is default system and reprogram and it you have a expansion card in there you have to take it out and put back in that sometimes take care of it but sometimes you have to send it in for repair


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My "not supported" issue is resolved, sort of. I did re-initialize the system, and re-programmed by hand. The phone came right up, for about 20 minutes. As I was saying my good byes, the dang thing went off-hook with line 1, and locked up. In about a minute it said "not supported. Turns out it's a bad port, I guess. Because all that I did was move her to a spare port, and it's been working two solid weeks.


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I had the same issue this week, sbx ip with 4024 phones. Had to move the station to another port and keeping my fingers crossed. I'm inclined to think this is a house wiring issue.. short or grounded wire, (it's old wiring in an old church) I tested the wire and it tested fine. But it doesn't test for shorts or loose cross connects, ect


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